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CAB Plant Science Book Collection

Publisher: CABI Publishing
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A cost-effective, convenient package of over 140 books in plan microbiology, cell biology, genetics, and more.

CABI is one of the world's leading sources of full-text scholarly literature in agriculture, public health, and food and environmental science.

This wide-ranging collection of more than 140 titles, available as an annual subscription, spans microbiology, cell biology, genetics, biochemistry, plant management, forestry, biotechnology, plant breeding and pest management, and more. Please note that the books in this collection are not available individually. Contact an Ovid representative for a complete list of titles!

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